Web Writing


Web copywriting is your ticket to higher-paying writing gigs. Here we talk about how to write stronger web copy and how you can apply those skills to build your income.

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Member Update — Exercise Your Senses

Sensory writing – weaving in words that appeal to the five sense – will make your work more interesting, engaging, and memorable. Try this exercise to hone your skills…

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Roving Report: Persuasive Writing and Your Success

Developing your persuasive writing skills can help set you up for success as a web writer… even if you don’t plan to write sales copy.

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The Rise and Fall of a Master Storyteller

How you tell your story — whatever story you mean to tell — matters. Andrew Murray talks about what a difference story can make and why it’s important to web writers like us.

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Three Proven Ways to Boost Response and Revenue

As an online marketer you are always on the lookout for proven ways to boost response and revenue. John Torre shares three things you can do that work.

The Writing Process, Deconstructed

There’s more to writing than just writing. If you want to be a better writer, you need to make full use of every step of the writing process.

To Edit or Not to Edit While Writing … That’s a Good Question!

Ever wondered about the pros and cons of editing while you’re writing. Find out the benefits and drawbacks and the best approach to get more writing done.

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How a Money-Making Website Will Make You a Better Web Writer

Recorded: December 19th, 2011
Nick Usborne reveals how you can generate a passive income while becoming a better web writer.

17 Things you must understand when writing for the web.

Recorded: August 17th, 2011
Nick Usborne shares fundamental skills you must have to succeed as a web writer, including key differences between writing online and offline and how to generate a response among your online audience.

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